You are cordially invited to 

The Year of Public Services for Gender Equality

a conversation and preparation for the upcoming United Nations meeting of the Commission on the Status of Women, 63rd Session

Thursday, February 28, 2019, 5:30pm-7:30pm 

425 Market Street, 26th Floor, San Francisco

$20 donation requested, no one will be turned away

Agenda:

6:00-7:00pm Program

7:00-7:30pm Reception

Hosted by Hanson Bridgett

RSVP by February 27, 2019in

Speakers:

Jane Bernard Powers, Chair, SF Democratic Women in Action

Elmy Bermejo, San Francisco Commission on the Environment 

Robin Endres, Executive Director, On Your Feet Foundation

Nancy J. Newman, Founder and President, IANGEL

 

 

 


 

Take advantage of early registration pricing, available up to February 17th ONLY
To purchase ticket please visit:
https://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/4072212
“THINK EQUAL, FOSTER CHANGE”
40 Years Resistance of Iranian Women in Iran and Diaspora

**ICWIN 2019 Celebration of International Women’s Day**
An Engaging, Educating and Empowering Event

Art Gallery, Engaging Conversations, and Live Performances

Keynote Speakers:
* Honorable Anna V. Eskamani (D) — Newly Elected Representative of Florida Assembly district 47. A community organizer with a proven track record in building consensus while fighting unapologetically for progressive values, Anna served as the Senior Director of Public Affairs and Communications for Planned Parenthood of Southwest and Central Florida. She is known across the nation as an advocate for women’s health and equality. In addition to her professional work, Anna is a PhD student studying Public Affairs at the University of Central Florida.

* Ida V. Eskamani — She currently facilitates statewide and local public policy efforts for several progressive organizations in Florida, including Organize Florida, New Florida Majority and Florida Immigrant Coalition. She previously served as Chief of Staff to Florida House Representative Carlos Guillermo Smith, the state’s first openly Latinx lawmaker. She also serves on the Board of Directors of the Contigo Fund.

ICWIN Delegate Speaker:
* Ruja Moshtaghi — As a community organizer, the last two years she has focused on working in refugee camps in Greece and most recently has worked to mobilize the minority vote and encourage civic activities within the local community.

MC:
Shila Vosough Ommi (Actress, Prolific voice-over artist, Human Rights Advocate)

Performances by:
* Shadi Amini, Live Performance by the voice of young Iranian women singers dedicated to amplifying current social issues in Iran
* Narges Jajarmi, Live Performance by talented musician and street performer
* Ponthea Zahraii, Live Performance by soprano

THE GRAND LONG BEACH
4101 E Willow St, Long Beach, California 90815
Sunday March 10, 2019
Art Gallery: 12 pm – 4 pm
Program: 12:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Refreshments are provided; Networking Reception will follow

Take advantage of early registration pricing, available up to February 17th ONLY

 

 


 

 

WIN represented at the 62nd meeting of the UN Commission on the Status of Women, March 12-23, 2018, in New York City.

With a parallel forum:   Empowering Rural Women and Girls.

 

A Call To Action was held In The
Central Valley

Friday November 3, 9;00-5:00 pm, and
Saturday, November  4 , 9:00-Noon, 2017cWith Co-Sponsors

 

 WIN’s California Women’s Agenda (CAWA)  reunited at Harvest Time in the valley. with our Central Valley partners of 10 years.  We had  all been rallying,  marching and resisting.  It was time to have a “Converation about ‘what’s  been goin’ on in California’s Central   Valley  the past 10 years and what did women and girls want to do about it.   Critcal concerns were on the table such as Water, DACA. Voting, Jobs,   Environmental Justice , Violence, Gender Justice, Immigration, Racism, CEDAW,   Human Rights, Health Access , Reproductive Rights.

 

  We filmed awards to two women warriors, Mother, Irma Medellin, and Daughter, Isabel Arrollo. heard stories and  and  testimonials from a panel of young women from ACT for Women and Girls from a Panel of Farmworker women.  In their own words what is going on in their lives as rural women.  Photos and more about the women and their conversations.

We  introduced participants at the Call to Action  to the Cities for CEDAW Campaign  as a  tool  for  women and girls’ economic and social  equality in California. 

With the United Nations  Commission on Women’s  62nd Session approaching focused on Empowering Rural Women and Girls we will take Valley representative with us to the UN March 12, 2018  for the

NEW YEAR OF THE RURAL WOMAN

 

 f you could not attend please donate to the Isabel Arrollo Scholarship Fund for  girls to attend. the United Nations Parallel Forum to the UN Commission on the Status Women. 

A link we be here soon – please come back

 

 

 

A Call to Action in the Central Valley was Sponsored by AT&T California 

With Co-Sponsors

ACT FOR WOMEN & GIRLS,  EL QUINTO SOL DE AMERICA, AMERICAN FIELD SERVICE, CALIFORNIA WOMEN’S AGENDA, WIN AND MORE VALLEY LEADERSHIP.  ORGANIZACION DE MUJERES UNIDAS  (see below)

WEST COAST VIDEO,  QUAKER OAK FARM,  PROTEUS, DORIS FOSTER FOUNDATION

Muchas gracias to Lali Moheno and the Organizacion de Mujeres Unidas for partnering with the Call to Action in the Central Valley, hosting us at the Visalia Convention Center.  See their parallel event:

WOMEN’S EQUALITY DAY IN SAN FRANCISCO: 

SATURDAY,  AUGUST 26, 2017,  4:00 – 7:00 PM
HALL OF CULTURE,  AFRICAN AMERICAN ART & CULTURE COMPLEX
762 FULTON, SAN FRANCISCO, CA 
   
TO BRING THE GLOBAL LOCAL AND GIVE 

ALL WOMEN AND GIRLS A SEAT AT THE TABLE!

YOUR VOICE COUNTS!